Woman's Hospital Hires Nina Dusang as Chief Financial Officer

Woman’s Hospital announced that Nina Dusang will join the hospital as chief financial officer beginning August 21.

In her new role, Dusang will oversee Woman’s financial framework and support the executive team in achieving the hospital’s strategic plan, growth initiatives and annual financial goals.

“As a Louisiana native, Dusang is eager to advance Woman’s mission of improving the health of women and infants in our state and region. She’ll help ensure Woman’s continues to set the highest standards for accountability, compliance and business ethics,” said Rene Ragas, president and CEO of Woman’s Hospital.

Dusang has dedicated most of her career to executive finance and healthcare, holding her first CFO position with Health Management Associates at just 26 years old. Most recently, she served as senior vice president and CFO of DCH Health Systems in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. In her 10 years at DCH, Dusang oversaw financial operations, provided operational leadership to numerous departments, created a strategic plan for service expansion and served as the executive sponsor for the implementation of a system-wide electronic health record program.

After earning her bachelor’s degree from Louisiana Tech, Dusang obtained her Master of Business Administration from Mississippi State University. She is a certified public accountant and is involved in numerous community-based and national healthcare organizations, including serving as a national board member for America’s Essential Hospitals association.

About Woman’s Hospital

Woman’s is a specialty hospital for women and infants located in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Since opening in 1968, it has welcomed more than 375,000 babies, making it one of the largest delivery services in the country and the largest in Louisiana. Additionally, Woman’s operates a level III-S neonatal intensive care unit; this designation allows them to care for infants who are extremely premature, are critically ill or require surgical intervention. The hospital is also recognized for its expertise in mammography as well as breast and gynecologic cancer care. As a private, nonprofit organization, all funds are reinvested into the hospital to continue Woman’s mission to improve the health of women and infants through the latest technology, a highly qualified staff and critical community programs and services.